You will be provided the home charger. Before renting this car please do your research, I would suggest short trips for testing to see if you want to go electric and save the world!. THIS ALL ELECTRIC CAR HAS A 40-50 MILE RANGE. IF YOU WANT TO GO FURTHER, YOU WILL NEED TO CHARGE. IF YOU REQUEST THE CAR I WILL ASSUME YOU HAVE READ AND UNDERSTOOD THE CARS LIMITATIONS!! This car is all Electric which means you cannot go to a gas station and fill up like you would on a Prius or Hybrids. This car usually takes around 7 hours plus to charge on the regularly provided home charger. On a single charge (about $2.00 depending on electricity rates) it can drive for about 50 Miles! What most people don't understand is that it pretty much means round trip unless you work or stay at an area that has a charging station. Even then you still have to stay there for at least 2 plus hours for it to charge depending on how far the place is. Always estimate it as a round trip 50 miles. So 25 miles both ways because there aren't always charging station. If you work 25 miles away from your cutting it close if you don't have a charger. So a great scenario is that you work 20 miles away, without a charging station (if you do awesome same electricity at home) then you drive back and plug it in. This car has awesome sounds and Bluetooth for connecting your phone. Backup Camera, and is loaded.
Aluminum Alloy Rims
Steering Wheel Radio Control
Tinted front and back
As this is an all electric car, I can deliver to locations but you would need to charge the car near that location and wait at least 4 hours. So please keep that in mind!
Can you fill this up with gas or is this like the prius?
No this is pure electric you will need to charge.
Is it unlimited miles for my trip?
Yes if you run out and you charge it again then you can go again. Remember it will take at least 3 hours on a 220 V charging stations at the mall or other places.
Where can I charge my car?
Check out PlugShare.com to see all the charging stations in the Bay Area. 120V outlet will charge the car at about 4 miles per hour. Most public charging stations will charge the car at about 12 miles per hour. DC Fast Charging will add about 50 miles in half an hour. Some public chargers are free; many cost money.
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